Doing this project has opened my eyes up to a county in Pennsylvania called Armstrong County. I had never even heard of the name, let alone know what kinds of things are there. I noticed that the county has a lot of nature sittings. That is the main reason why I choose this county. It looked very alive with all the colorful leaves.
When the characters stop and recognize surrounds them, the tranquility of their surroundings hint that good times will come; “There along the western sky-line, it skirted a great cornfield, much larger than any field I had ever seen. This cornfield and sorghum patch behind the barn were the only broken land in
They do not like salt air but prosper in the fog. Redwoods are very tall trees that can grow to be close to three hundred and fifty or three hundred and eighty feet tall. Throughout the book you see how each characters experience starts off similar. They all grow fond of these trees at a very young age. Their exposability to these at such young ages allows their opinions and concernes to truly grow with the experience they will gain.
Since Callery pear grow so rapidly the other trees don’t have good chances to develop because the rapidly growing Callery pear is already there taking all the needed nutrients. The Callery pear is a beautiful tree which is why it is so popular however it can be a nuisance to other plants as well as to the landscape. Once established Callery pear forms dense thickets that push out other plants including native species that can’t tolerate the deep shade or compete with pear for water, soil and space. A single tree can spread rapidly by seed and vegetative means forming a sizeable patch within several years. Its success as an invader results from its capacity to produce copious amounts of seed that is dispersed by birds and possibly small mammals, seedlings that germinate and grow rapidly in disturbed areas and a general lack of natural controls like insects and diseases, with the exception of fire
The summer before my junior year I experienced the best week of my life. Deep in the beautiful mountains of Colorado about 12 hours away is a place called Frontier Ranch, a Young Life camp. The excitement and overwhelming happiness before getting on the bus for the long ride is what keeps us all sane. As I say goodbye to my parents and friends staying home, the only thing I can think about is having the opportunity to get away for a week: without a phone, computer, or television and growing in my relationships not only with my friends but with Jesus as well. After the long 12 hour drive I can feel the suspense and and thrill all around me.
Famous for its mammoth trees and the tallest known tree in Canada. The second reason is that there are shared memories help people feel connected. History & stories help people develop a collective consciousness and help them share a sense of belonging.Ex. The Storming of the Bastille & the French Revolution. Another one is that when the Japanese bombed the Pearl Harbour without them knowing it was coming, this is what makes people feel connected.
The scenery in Baltimore County was just breath taking. To drive around the county and see big lovely homes, I knew that one day one of those homes would be ours. With beautiful farmland, horses, and acres of nicely grown crops, you just knew that someone famous lived there. Around Christmas time, the Christmas lights would shine much brighter in the county. People out in the county took better care of their homes and land.
ALGONQUIN PARK The most beautiful place to visit during spring is Algonquin Park, Ontario. A large green meadow sincerely welcomes me as I stand in the luscious green grass I look at the gorgeous sight in front of me. The vast wilderness area provides many different kinds of wild flowers that grow in the mountains and meadows. They include elegant yellow daisies, beautiful violet tulips, and narcissus which put forward the most delicious smells. Looking at these graceful flowers that twist in the wind, nature is like a bride walking down a hallway.
LIVING IN A SMALL TOWN In my early twenties I visited a small town in Catskills, Upstate New York that was definitely the most beautiful and peaceful place I have come across in a while. I remember it like it was yesterday I left New York City early that morning on our journey to Catskills where I saw a major transformation on our way. One thing I observed was the beautiful scenery of nature and I learned that the cost of living is cheaper in a small town. I asked myself if I would consider leaving New York City for a much more calm and collective life? Living in a small town I learned to appreciate nature and the beauty of my surroundings.
Tropical rainforests are some of the most diverse places on earth. Tropical rainforests house more than fifty percent of the earth’s animal species (Michael). This biome is also the home to a wide variety of plant species, and many insects flourish in this type of environment. The tropical rainforest is the epitome of a utopia for equatorial species. The great diversity of the tropical rainforest provides great services to the earth’s human population.